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joining the club

Discussion in 'Recumbents, Trikes and HPVs' started by roadrash, 27 Jan 2018.

  1. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Just pictures of the trike and rider(actually using it) required now!
     
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  2. Smokin Joe

    Smokin Joe Legendary Member

    You'll get used to that, the reaction to recumbents is the polar opposite of what you get when you're on an upright.
     
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  3. Time Waster

    Time Waster Active Member

    To busy having fun on it too get photos. Sorry!
     
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  4. voyager

    voyager E- tadpole Triker

    Here WP_20180202_11_09_38_Pro.jpg is just one method of fitting mudguards , the top mount can be made using a hole to fit the threaded fork top and the lower mount could attach to the caliper mount , personally l prefer the formed bar under the guards rather than above . M5 domed nuts look best for securing the guards , eBay or Halfords .
    Front lamp mounts can also be fitted to the top arms together with computer and phone mounts , just increase the thickness to avoid vibration problems.
    Free free to ask any more questions .

    regards Emma
     
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  5. OP
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    roadrash

    roadrash cycle chatterer

    Fitted a tortec rack to the trike earlier, fixed the rear light to the rack...
     

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  6. Time Waster

    Time Waster Active Member

    My partner told me what the reactions i got from people I passed. I think she said the looks were of pity with a bit of "isn't it good he's able to get out!" Basically they thought I had a disability to rider a recumbent. I think if that's true then it sums up people from morecambe well totally backwards, ignorant and... Well I'll stop there because I'm leaving Lancaster on a train now and ppl from Lancaster are as bad. Let's not start with Garstang! :laugh: